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13/12/2016 20:59 GMT | Updated 14/12/2016 18:31 GMT

This Dad Built A Ginormous 'Star Wars' Playhouse Even Adults Will Love

WHOA.

One dedicated dad has created the playhouse of every “Star Wars” fan’s dreams.

Colin Furze, an inventor and YouTuber, teamed up with eBay to build a life-size version of an AT-ACT (all terrain armored cargo transport) that will appear in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” The dad documented the process on YouTube where he explained that the final result is for a boy named Harvey who adores “Star Wars.”

Furze and his team used toy versions of an AT-AT and an AT-ACT to note their dimensions, which they then multiplied by 12 for the final project. They spent about six weeks on the giant AT-ACT, which is made mostly of wood and has a step ladder so kids (and let’s be honest, adults) can go inside. The inner part of the AT-ACT includes Nerf guns, “Star Wars” action figures and Stormtrooper helmets.

Once Furze and his team moved the AT-ACT part and built it in Harvey’s yard, the lucky little “Star Wars” fan finally got to see his new playhouse ― and absolutely loved it. 

“You’ve done a great job, Colin,” Harvey said in a video about the project from eBay UK. “You’re a nice man.”

Furze wrote on Twitter that his son was really into the AT-ACT, too.

That’s definitely one playhouse that is out of this world. 

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